Tisdale to MK Dons

John William

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Errrrr the referendum has already taken place and the limp wristed liberal people lost the vote ........... End of , you don't get a second chance because you didn't like the outcome.

If you don't like the English that much bugger off to somewhere you don't mind living alongside, with a name like Angus I take it you are north of the border and making full use of the free prescription service England offers ?

Better still reinstate Hadrians wall and issue visa's to anyone who wants to visit my country, and while you at it take the members of parliament back who have the right to vote on things that have nothing to do with the English.
Hadrians Wall runs parallel to the Tyne. I'd need a visa to visit family in Northumberland.
 

JayPob94

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Who's worried? Think of all the money the English will save. :D
As an Devonian living in Scotland I’m very worried for England moving forward, it’s worrying!
Scotland will become independent and rejoin the EU, no doubt now. Is this as political as Exeweb has ever been?!
 
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Another football thread derailed and ruined by political bollox. Mods seem to let it go as they have their own political views.

Utterly pointless football forum these days.
 

JayPob94

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Another football thread derailed and ruined by political bollox. Mods seem to let it go as they have their own political views.

Utterly pointless football forum these days.
Tisdale to MK Dons is quite literally a political thread in itself, surely?
There was way too much politics at the club when he was here. Now hes gone and the focus is solely on the football, and the club is arguably in the best shape it has been for years, exciting times. I dont feel its a coincidence.
 

Sexton Blake

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Tisdale to MK Dons is quite literally a political thread in itself, surely?
There was way too much politics at the club when he was here. Now hes gone and the focus is solely on the football, and the club is arguably in the best shape it has been for years, exciting times. I dont feel its a coincidence.
Absolutely spot on he had far too much power. Once that was curtailed and he realised he was no longer on an uninterrupted gravy train he showed his true colours.
 
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